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Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 1945
Rule 66(1)—Cancellation of drug Licence—of the petitioner—in challenge
Rule 66(1)—Cancellation of drug Licence—of the petitioner—in challenge
Mere issuance of show cause notice does not amount to compliance of the principles of natural justice - the petitioner was not given an opportunity to submit explanation after removing the seal and access to the records and computers and therefore, the order passed is in violation of statutory provisions of Rule 66 (1) of the D&C Rules, 1945—the licence can be cancelled or suspended only after giving the licensee an opportunity to show cause stating the reasons. Mere issuance of show cause notice does not amount to compliance of the principles of natural justice—impugned order cancelling the licence of the petitioner set aside and the matter remitted to the second respondent for fresh consideration—writ petition disposed—no costs.
M/s Meena Health Care (P) Ltd vs. State and others, Madras High Court, 2011(2) Drugs cases (DC) 358

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